Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, Aaron Tveit and More Stars in Concert This January

Cabaret & Concert News   Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, Aaron Tveit and More Stars in Concert This January
 
Catch your favorite Broadway and cabaret stars on stages across the country this month.
Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, and Aaron Tveit
Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Jessie Mueller, and Aaron Tveit

Visit PlaybillUniverse for an extensive list of upcoming concerts and special events featuring your favorite Broadway performers.

January highlights follow:

January 12:
Jessie Mueller and Seth Rudetsky.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Parker Playhouse)
The Tony-winning star of Broadway’s Waitress and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical joins Sirius/XM host and Playbill contributor Seth Rudetsky for an evening of backstage stories from Broadway and thrilling musical moments. Tickets here.

January 13:
Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner: Unattached!
Aventura, Florida (Aventura & Cultural Center)
Tony nominated for their powerhouse performances in the original Broadway production of Side Show, Tony winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal) and Tony nominee Emily Skinner (The Cher Show) reunite for the concert series featuring Broadway duets and signature songs from their respective careers. Tickets here.

January 15:
Derek Klena
New York City (The Café Carlyle)
The Anastasia star makes his New York City solo concert debut at the posh venue with an evening of songs that have inspired him throughout his career. Tickets here.

January 16:
Aaron Tveit
New York City (Feinstein’s/54 Below)
The upcoming Moulin Rouge! star returns after a sold-out New Year’s Eve concert at the midtown venue. Known for starring in Broadway's Catch Me If You Can, Wicked, and Hairspray, as well as the hit film adaptation of Les Misérables and Fox's Grease Live!, Tveit will perform highlights from his career—as well as songs ranging from Freddie Mercury to Puccini—during the concerts. Tickets here.

January 17:
Kristin Chenoweth
Tucson, Arizona (Tucson Music Hall)
The Tony- and Emmy Award-winning Broadway, film, and television star known for her roles in Wicked, Glee, and Pushing Daisies, joins the Tucson Symphony Orchestra for an evening of songs from Broadway and beyond. Tickets here.

January 19:
Jennifer Holliday
Rahway, New Jersey (Union County Performing Arts Center)
The original Tony-winning star of Dreamgirls kicks off Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend with a concert of her signature songs, including the showstopping “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going,” as well as selections from her acclaimed albums. Tickets here.

January 20:
Leslie Odom, Jr.
Portland, Oregon (Arelene Schnitzer Concert Hall)
The Tony-winning Hamilton star joins the Oregon Symphony for an evening of jazz standards and Broadway hits. Tickets here.

January 21:
Audra McDonald and Brian Stokes Mitchell
Let Freedom Ring! A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
Washington, D.C. (The Kennedy Center)
Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald and two-time Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell, who co-starred on Broadway in Ragtime and Shuffle Along, reunite for the free tribute concert in honor of the late Civil Rights leader. McDonald and Mitchell will be joined by the Let Freedom Ring Choir and musical director Rev. Nolan Williams Jr. (The concert will also be live-streamed on the Kennedy Center Facebook and YouTube pages and at kennedy-center.org.) Ticket info here.

January 22:
Lindsay Mendez
New York City (Feinstein’s/54 Below)
Lindsay Mendez, a Tony winner for her performance as Carrie Pipperidge in the Broadway revival of Carousel last season, will offer Golden Age Broadway classics and songs from contemporary musical theatre songwriters during her five-performance engagement that runs January 22–26. Tickets here.

January 27:
Neil Patrick Harris
San Francisco, California (SF Sketchfest at The Palace of Fine Arts Theatre)
Tony Award-winning Hedwig and the Angry Inch star Neil Patrick Harris will sit down for a conversation as part of SF Sketchfest to talk about about his varied career: from his Emmy-winning role on How I Met Your Mother, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Gone Girl, and Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog, to his work as a producer and director, and author of the New York Times best-selling fiction series The Magic Misfits. Tickets here.

January 30:
Tony Yazbeck
New York City (The Appel Room)
The Tony-nominated On the Town star kicks off Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series at the chic Appel Room with an evening of classic showtunes and new standards from today’s biggest pop stars. Tickets here.

January 30:
Hailey Kilgore
New York City (Feinstein’s/54 Below)
The 19-year-old star of Once On This Island and Tony and Grammy Award nominee makes her New York City solo concert debut. The concert will feature songs that have inspired her and shaped her meteoric rise. Tickets here.

January 31:
Lena Hall
San Francisco, California (Feinstein’s at the Nikko)
Hall’s acclaimed one-woman show, Art of the Audition: From Falling Apart to Nailing the Part, explores the ups and downs of a Broadway life through reenactments of Hall’s most unforgettable—and regrettable—musical theatre auditions, from epic fails to career-defining “nailed it!” moments. Tickets here.

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